The Clemson Insider made a stop at C.F. Bolden Stadium in Columbia, S.C., on Friday night to see Clemson commitment Josh Belk as part of our Tour of Champions.
Belk helped lift Lewisville (Richburg, S.C.) to a 42-14 win over Johnson (Columbia). The four-star defensive tackle registered a number of tackles, including several tackles for loss, and made his physical presence felt.
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